The most famous farmer’s daughter in American history has to be the sexy yet virginal Daisy Mae from Al Capp’s Lil’ Abner comic strip. Actress Leslie Parrish played her in the 1959 movie version. Capp drew curvy babes like nobody’s business.
There was a slew of R-rated drive-in movies about farmers’ daughters in the ’70s made by a gent named Bethel Buckalew. His flicks were especially popular in the south.
Elly Mae Clampett never dressed like a farmer’s daughter in The Beverly Hillbillies. She was more of a tomboy and never showed skin. (I’ve read that the actress who played her is very religious.)
Otis Sweat has drawn his share of farmers’ fantasy daughters for fiction pieces in SCORE and V-mag.
I’ve often daydreamed about SCORE or V-mag Girls tricked out as country gals. They gotta be barefoot!
You’re a traveling salesman, okay? You’re in the boondocks (which is from the Philippine Tagalog word bundok, believe it or not) when your car breaks down in front of a house. You knock on the door and the man of the house, a farmer, answers the door. He lets you use his phone to call the local gas station but the mechanic has closed shop for the day. He’ll be back tomorrow morning. Now what? Well, according to the usual storyline, you’ll have to sleep in the farmer’s daughter’s bedroom. If that’s okay with you.
No problem there when the farmer’s daughter looks like Elaina Gregory! Right? I like those pig-tails. I think this is my second favorite Elaina pictorial. My first is called Knockout Knockers.
I’d like to see more farmers’ daughters at SCORELAND. I have a list of names.
Drop by SCORELAND on Saturday to see Elaina as the farmer’s daughter.
And if you run out of gas, you’ll have to stay overnight.
Y’all come back now, hear?